For a limited time, JetBlue has a “Buy One, Get One Free” (BOGO…although it really should be BOGOF) sale going on if you combine booking a flight and hotel together.
You must book by July 27th to buy one roundtrip flight and get the second roundtrip flight for free when you book flights + hotel together. You have to use the promo code BOGO at checkout.
There’s a minimum of 2 people per room and a minimum 3-night stay.
The deal is valid for travel from Sept. 8, 2020, through February 10, 2021, with blackout dates of 11/19/20-11/30/20 and 12/18/20-1/4/21.
Just for fun, I chose a room in Seattle for 3 nights, from Sept. 15 to Sept. 18.
Here’s the hotel info for the trip:
And flight info. Total due for package, taxes and fees is $1,555.32
But once I include the BOGO promo code, the savings was close to $300
LEFT: before BOGO promo code, RIGHT: after code.
Here are the terms and conditions, as per JetBlue:
BOGO terms & Conditions: Promo code BOGO is valid until 7/27/20 (11:59 PM ET) for one free roundtrip flight when purchasing a second roundtrip flight. Both roundtrip flights must be purchased as part of a JetBlue Vacations package (flights + hotel) for travel 9/8/20 – 2/10/21 (Blackout dates:11/19/20-11/30/20 and 12/18/20-1/4/21). Minimum 2 people per room and minimum 3-night hotel stay required. Customer is responsible for all applicable taxes and fees. All JetBlue Vacations packages include Blue Fare. This discount does not apply to Mint fares or the Best Price Guarantee. For discount to apply, both departing/returning flight and hotel stay must be within the eligible travel period. Limit of one discounted booking per person per JetBlue Vacations destination. Code (case-sensitive) is valid towards one JetBlue Vacations package purchase only and cannot be applied for taxes/fees, baggage fees or any other product or service. Promo code cannot be combined with other offers, cannot be split over multiple bookings, cannot be partially redeemed, has no cash value, and is not redeemable for cash. Promo code valid for new JetBlue Vacations purchases only; not valid for the following: travel booked before this Promotion commenced, non-revenue bookings (e.g., travel booked with a travel certificate, TrueBlue points or a combination of TrueBlue points and monetary payment, etc.), partner or code share or interline flights including JetBlue flights when at least one segment is operated by a partner airline, or any other product or service. Any changes to bookings made in accordance with this Promotion must be made by 11:59 PM ET on 7/27/20 to still receive the discount and any changes/cancellations after 7/27/20 or that otherwise do not comply with Promo code terms will result in the discount being forfeited. JetBlue Vacations change fees apply when changes are made less than 7 days prior to departure. For changes, you will be responsible for any increase in package price. Changes/cancellations must be in accordance with JetBlue and hotel policies and will include any applicable hotel or other Travel Supplier Penalties. See full terms. JetBlue Vacations cancel fees apply to all cancellations. Cancellations are for JetBlue Vacations travel credit only, valid for 1 year. JetBlue reserves the right to modify or cancel this offer at any time for any reason without notice or liability. Flight terms and conditions apply. Proper documentation required for boarding. JetBlue Vacations terms and conditions apply.
Go to this page of JetBlue’s website for more info.
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